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by olsonaplc-3a0 (Sioux Central) - Jun 01, 2012

There is a huge difference between a school having the right to search a student’s backpack and a school having the right to search a student’s phone. A student’s backpack is solely...

Individual Rights Blog

by olsonaplc-53 (Sioux Central) - Jun 01, 2012

Does the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution permit schools to search a student’s phone (iPod, Android, Blackberry, etc.) if they suspect the student was communic...

Fourth Amendment

by olsonaplc-22a (Sioux Central) - Jun 01, 2012

The fourth amendment says that they can search your phone or other belongings as long as they have probable cause.  The fourth amendment allows school to search it as long as it is on th...

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by olsonaplc-34a (Sioux Central) - Jun 01, 2012

The school does have limits on whether or not they can search your personal belongings. The school is a place for education, not a place for handling the law. Under the Fourth Amendment, ...

4th Amendment

by olsonaplc-1a7 (Sioux Central) - Jun 01, 2012

The Fourth Amendment should not allow for the searching of a phone unless there is probable cause. There is also a difference in searching a students bag and searches a students phone. Se...

4th Amendment

by olsonaplc-2ca (Sioux Central) - Jun 01, 2012

4th Amendment Tanner Archer I believe their is a difference between searching a backpack and a phone. The difference that maybe be the most present is that someone’s phone...